Waterloo and the rise of the Rothschild dynasty (EN►FR)

The battle of Waterloo meant defeat for Napoleon but great victory for the Rothschild family who since uses war and misery to perfect and extend its empire and its hold on peoples.

The Rothschild family is a family of Ashkenazi German Jewish origins and multiple nationalities (German, French, British, Israeli, etc.). The Rothschilds have made themselves known since the 14th century in the fields of banking and finance, but also through their numerous pseudo-philanthropic works, and, from the end of the 19th century, through their support for ZIONISM.

The Rothschild fortune.
Like most bankers, the Rothschilds had an intelligence network. As soon as the outcome of the fight was certain, an agent sped towards London via Ostend. Informed as early as June 20 in the morning, Nathan Rothschild ostensibly sold his securities on the Stock Exchange and then, after causing a crash, bought back these same securities at the last moment when prices had collapsed. The report that Wellington wrote after the battle did not arrive in the British capital until the evening of the 21st. The next day, the victory caused a rise in the stock market. The Rothschilds, however, claimed that their earnings had been overstated.

Nathan Mayer Rothschild.
Born September 16, 1777 and died July 28, 1836, is the heir of the first known Rothschild (Mayer Amschel Rothschild) was part of the financial branch of the Rothschilds. Sent by his father to England once his financial studies were completed, the young Nathan began to make his fortune in the field of English textiles (a product of high quality and internationally renowned at the time.)

According to a claim, widespread as far back as the 19th century, his greatest financial coup, based on insider trading, occurred during the Battle of Waterloo. Having quickly become an emblematic figure in the textile industry (which was a luxury product at the time), Nathan de Rothschild got wind of Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo thanks to his informants. Nevertheless, he spread the rumor that Napoleon had won and that England was about to be invaded. The crowds went into a frenzy, and even the biggest corporations began to sell everything for a pittance, IN SHORT… SIMPLY THEFT…

Nathan de Rothschild therefore bought back at the price of 2 or 3 what was originally worth 100. This is how he seized all of the great English industry, which also earned him to become in turn the banker of the crown.

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